Mission Critical Broadband (MCB)

Understanding where we've come from, and where we're headed – A Primer

Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF)

The hottest topics in the Land Mobile Radio (LMR) market today is the use of LTE/4G/5G as the LMR market is heading for a major change in the delivery of information to and from their mobile portable and in-vehicle devices in the field. As the world embraces 4G/LTE and 5G mobile broadband technologies a shift in culture from voice-centric to information-centric operations - the options and therefore complexity expands exponentially.

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of TCCA offers a 2-day live online training course in partnership with the Wray Castle, the leading supplier of training to the global communications industry.

Course Format

This course is delivered as 2 x 2.5 Hour Sessions over 2 consecutive weeks and provides fundamental supplier independent knowledge about LMR, the evolving and Broadband technologies and its specific features in Mission Critical Communications.

    Module 1 (2.5 Hours):
    Overview Of Commercial & Mission Critical Networks

    The aim of this module is to introduce the broad functional similarities of Commercial and MCC networks whilst explaining the distinct differences in the requirements of the respective user populations. 

    • Mission Critical Networks & Commercial Mobile Broadband Networks
    • Mobile Broadband Network Technologies
    • LMR Mission Critical Network Technologies

    Module 2 (2.5 Hours):
    Mission Critical Broadband & Interworking

    The aim of this module is to explain the changes made to the LTE standards to allow the realization of a Mission Critical Mobile Broadband technology, and explains the deployment options available to users. 

    • Spectrum
    • Security
    • Mission Critical Mobile Broadband

    Who would benefit?

    Those working with Private and Professional Mobile Communications wishing to become familiar with Broadband LTE 4G, 5G technologies and the services it can provide along with an appreciation of how Broadband networks can interwork with existing LMR technologies, such as TETRA, P25, DMR and Analogue systems.

    Note: Delegates details will be shared with the ACCF.

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